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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1911)
End of Season
In order to make room for Winter Goods we w ill
close out the following articles as priced below:
We have tw o large A xm inster Rugs, J>xl2. one
w orth $25.00. cut price . . .
One Rug. well w orth $20.00 of anybody's money
we have out to
We have several Small Rugs, w orth $3.50 th a t
we have cut to
Several more Good Rugs. w orth $2.50. th a t go
at the out price of
Regulations Governing the
Burning of Same W ith
out a Permit
Our stin k of SELZ SHOES which we cx|x*cte<l to
have here when we o|x*ned our store, but which were
delayed by being routed wrung by the shipjxT s, will
arrive tomorrow and lx* on sale
S A T U R D A Y , A U G . 2(»th
FOR WOMEN, MEN, MISSES, CHILDREN AND INFANTS
TO BE EXERCISED
Several pieces Shepard Plaid S uitings, w orth 15 to
■Be. Cut price
Several pieces figured D em ities Law ns, w orth from
15 to 25c. Cut price .........................................
Nice line of O rgandies in pink. blue, black, raised
stripe, etc., w orth 15 to 25c. C ut p ric e ........................
Ladies’ Sum m er Vests, nice
asso rtm en t to select
from worth 10 to 12c. Cut price
la d ie s ' 25o Vests.
This is an exceptionally good
value. CUt price
M en's and Boys’ B albriggan U nderw ear, all good
values, w e have cut to. p er g a rm e n t............................
M en's BEST B albriggan U n d erw ear nothing b e tte r
—per garm ent, cut p r i c e ...................................................
MEN S SHIRTS
20 dozen Shirts, all sizes. O thers charge you $1.00
each. O ur cut p ric e ................... .......................................
10 dozen LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS, ONE-
THIRD OFF during this sale.
We are ag en ts for H igh G rade Tailored S uits for Men and
Ladies. Call in and see our sam ples.
Buy th e Best P a tte rn s from us as cheap as you can buy
th e in ferior ones a t o th er places. We sell th e la d ie s Home
Journal P a tte rn s. They tak e th e lead over all others.
YOURS FOR B U SIN ESS,
GREGORYS VARIETY STORE
Corner 6th and E Sts., Redmond.
I. D . BA SEY’S
M eat M ark et
HOSE who have been buying of
us since we opened our market
are well pleased with our meats
and the service afforded. We are get
ting new customers daily, and would
like to add your name to the list. Can
we do so 7
Let us (ill your next order for meat;
you will be satisfied
TunuALum Lumber Co.
W holesale and R etail Dealers
LUM BER AN D
B U IL D IN G M A T E R IA L
Will give prices delivered a t yard
or R oberts B ros’, mill.
Office an d Y ard 2 blocks ea st o f Redm ond Hotel, Redm ond
State Hoard of Forestry Out
lines a Series of
At a recent m eeting o f the
S ta te Board o f F o restry held in
P ortland, a resolution w as ad o p t
ed as follows, prescribin g the
conditions u n d er which b u rning
log piles, stum ps or brush heai>s
in sm all q u a n titie s w ithout a
perm it may be done:
B urning of log piles, stu m p s or
brush hea(vs w ithout p erm it as
provided for under section 7 of
th e O regon F orest Fire l-aw, is
perm issible only w here th e m a
terial to be burned is a safe dis
tance from o th e r inflam m able
m aterial and w here th e ground
su rro u n d in g th e log piles, stu m p s
o r brush heaps is cleared o f any
substance which will allow o f fire
sp read in g to ad jac en t wooded,
brush, o r slash covered land,
e ith e r th e property o f the p arties
engaged in b urning or th a t o f a n
"A d eq u ate precautions and
oersonal c o n tro l" is in terp re ted
as m eaning th a t all fires set w ith
out perm it m ust be continually
w atched both n ig h t and day by a
sufficient num ber of men on th e
ground for th a t purpose, and
should fire escape step s m ust be
taken a t once to extin g u ish it.
B urning done in violation of
these regulations will subm it th e
p arty or p artie s concerned to
prosecution u n d er the fire laws.
Has One of the
H. H anks who lives a few
miles north of th e city, has one
o f the show ranches in this sec
tion. The place is well k ep t up,
and the lawn in fro n t of th e
house is a regular beauty spot.
Mr H anks sta te s th a t his crop
this year is satisfactory. Some
of his w heat is nearly six feet
high, and his potatoes will give
a large yield. In one hill re c e n t
ly he dug 42 potatoes.
T he Spokesm an has been in
form ed th a t the C atholics of th is
city will begin th e erection of a
$2,000 church th is fall on th eir
pro p erty in the Oregon T runk ad
dition, betw een I) and E stree ts.
This will m ake th ree good church
edifices in th e city M ethodist.
P resb y terian and Catholic.
The SELZ SHOES need no introduction they are
known as the BEST shoos manufactured, and every
pair is warranted. We have a complete stock and in
vite you to come in if you want the BEST TH AT
MONEY ( AN BUY IN THE SHOE LINE.
Jackson Blk. opp. PovStoffice
T w jM
H w ,* k ,e k
« nil**lit working for it " —Phi lade!-
V .n .iu .l.
lawyer who ia
K'rtn*' lo Iv mar r»r»J toon met an-
who w*a mar-
p<'rli«|« the only limn »Im p i n nth« ■ oHirij; lav
fought n rut mi I Iwttle on hor»eba< k n*-«l wav last v n
It m « m atter of history that lie, to rlian-*»»I fcV itat *«»n» ami inquiries Screw lo o se Sortie» hrrt ill
• I t ie only tl nog that bothers
whom more than any other man
Uncle Sam's P imi tal
»*'d* from Simon Bolivar Yrneiue nif.1’ ritdmned thr • tiout to ta»
a owes independence, actually at tin |*y>\ tnaii, **i« the subject of ei
tacknl and raptured with hi» caval pen»«* Of (-<mr»r |'m not plunging |
nti> 1 1 • i» tlnng with my area abut.
ry a fleet of ahi pa.
Bolivar » 1 « endeavoring to
N enrly ev e ry week TheSpok»|
the A pure river m the druggie f.,r
look here,” interrupted the
receive* complaint* ft
r»pcr 1 >nre<i henedict, "I'll tell you
independence, but wa« prevented I “»IS
I don't aprnd «•me of ita aulmcribep« that they I
from doing ao by »oinc right Span an almdute fact
lah gunboata, which moved up and half i he money I did la-fore I waa do not get th e ir |«|>«r
down the atream aa he did. Bob married “
jx-ra nr«* maile«l out of TYel
"You don't*” f»claimed the oth
var v i i in deapair for awhile. To
> |« k i« m a n office regularly and I
Pact, who waa aecond in command, er "Hoar d>> vnu work that*”
thou- going to outside • *n»a|
"I don’t have it t«* apend.”
he appealed for counael, saving that
, the county a re p u t in n Ima
he could never croaa the river »«>
( « • • • « '« N « « l p « , « r
The single pn|«*ra ar. -«furiitj
J ni i «i» ( ar«ar wa», »o far ai we
then*. “ If only we could rapture
! up and Had .p « »1
them,” the revolutionary leader <>t> know. Hi«* father of the tiewafiwper large bundle.
Thi* bundle »[
He in»tituted a regular official ga
•erved. "the re»t would !«? oh ««.”
not disturlaed at th e j.wtotVil
Paez decide«] that he would have
tho«e alnp« or die, and lie aceonl Arta Diurna, which wa» pruhably her«* tint giw* to Priiu • ilie fori
ingly railed on In» regiment of eow the original newspaper. There wa* d istrib u tio n to |xaint* in thel
bova to follow him. Paex hun»elf an orti- i*l editor The gaiette waa county and ov er th e United Suini
had been a cowboy on the plain* of ethihited daily in palala «ml *»• We are c e rta in th a t th«- fault <fl
the Orinoco and wa« the idol of hi« ropo-,I l.v «erilie», wlüi „ ,|J K | 0 m issing pa|<er* is not du--totk»|
men. So when he »purred In» tlieir customer*, taking it to them.
Mi. n» imper» an delivered in failur«* to m ail sam e from tir
hor»e into the atream. calling on
or t" th«* fa u lt of th* Re>|
hi* men to follow, of the .I.IKMJ row "i**"' in*tatic«*» today. The Acta
|H>stoffice in not «endio
boy» and their mount», which are
taught to »wun a» well a» to gallop, government, law notice«, birth, them out. T he fa u lt Ite* I
there wa« not a «ingle man to hold marriage and death noticM and th e (MiMtofTlce service aomewf
out in thi» unique a.-sault upon the m»"v "cm« relating to prnate *f. else, but ju s t w h ere it is imp
gunboat». It being night, the Span fair» II» circulation was »« wide *■ ble to determ in e. Thi* matti
i»h fli*et wa* taken quite unaware- the empire. I«*ing carried rtrry - of s-ili .i r i I m - cw m issing tl • ¡r P*|
P**rs nuts th e ncwatiajx-r in
The cowboy» wriggle«! from their • h«*re bv the legmn.irie»
• ! ■
•addle« to the deck* of the vesael».
Our N avy I« 1Ì 12.
letting their mount» »wun Iwck to
The narv of the Unit«**! State* in per in not m ailing th«* i«p<
shore. Having thu* cut off their
“ retained agreeably to the act out from th«* office, when tM
own retreat, it wa» a que«tion of
for a naval peace r»t*|,. fact o f th e matt«*r is th*
win or die. They fought well, and
’• ' "re is 11. ..uni
connate! of five frigate» • ' • ••
every gunltoat wa* raptured. — New
Slate«, Constitution. President,
I j u I v
Pnez, who wii. tli«* fir.t president
caped from thu menugerie. The
crowd fled in every direction—all
aave the singer, whose massive pro
portion» precluded the idea of rapid
motion. Amid the gem-rul coin
motion he among them all «torn] un
moved, calmly awaiting thn advent
of the ferocious bea*f, which sure
enough came slouching rapidly to
ward him. When within a few f«*et
it halted aa though to gather itself
together for a final rush, when Li
hlaelie steppe«! forward anil from
the lowest depths of his immense
cheat sent forth »uch a thunderous
roar that the terrilie«l animal turn
ed and fled.
rire. ne, and one schooner tíi^ F n !
of . . tw . ve gun». • Almost
these »hin« i,»rticin«t
nil va! m , [ r
"KNI of ||„, WBr lif j g j j wli<>n
our navy proved more than a match
for th,- -hips of England.—National
Wh»l 1« Look»d Lika.
was trying to
niiiRe it i hiss understand what a vol
cano is like. In reviewing the lea-
«on she drew upon the blackboard
B etter cut th e w eeds th a t are
her own conception of a darning
g ro w in g on your lots, o r you will
Rioiintaiu, using colored crayon*
be called to account. Policeman
sitli extraordinary effect.
McClay has the m a tte r of keep
“ What ia it?” ahe asked. The
And It Cam » t» Him.
•cliolurs shook thoir puzzled head*.
in g th e city clean in charge, and
A grandfather of n south Phila-
“ What «hie* it look like?” «he
he is going to let no guilty man dclplna home walked into the sit
Mac is th e rig h t m an ting room agd found hi» grandson
"It looks like bell, ina’ain,” re
for th e jo b he plays no fa v o r in deep thought.
luriu'd a small lioy soberly. — Metro
“John,” he »aid, "I will give yon politan Magazine.
ites, and his work show s th at
if you will tell me what you
R edm ond is the cleanest and
S u p » E n a u g h , W h ic h ?
• re thinking about.”
n e a te st looking little city in th e
Little four-year-old IfolaTt, like
No effect was produced on the
D eschutes valley.
many other boy» of his age, liked l'w
grandson at all.
“I say, John, I will give you a ask questions. So when the first
T he W. C. T. U, will m eet at quarter if you will tell me,” said downy chick» came in the spring
th e home o f Mrs. J . E. Lam b to the grandfather.
and his mother saw him studying
m orrow , F riday, a t 2 p. m. All
With that remark the grandson them moat intently »lie knew some
m em bers a re requested to he jumpe«| up and demanded the mou thing «in «-oining. And it did, for
presently he turned to hi* mother
prom pt as th e re will be an elec ey. which was readily turned over ’ . . : . ....
... i t __ •
tion o f officers. A cordial in v i-' I “ I was thinking, gramlpa,” he legs hind leg» or front leg»?”—
tatio n is extended to all.
Philadelphia u Itccord.
| said, “how I could euro noniy money nt.:i_.i.ink:_
ICnmI'a n y w i t h h«*r m other. hW|
gone t*i th e p astu re, and
insiile th e fence th*|
" 1 ! r M" II* ^ I b -r. a n d I M hrf|
m other not ^ii«->-•-«•<I*-«j m , . irl®
th e anim al otT the d a u g h te r wouli
protiably have Uien killed
Good Wood Workers
In This City
Redm ond has some of the
ers In th e State
cry sto re in th e city can lw nof«
sam ples o f th eir handiwork »
th e way of counter*. I * J b*r*|
t S t a S i t i r ' f"’ /j i
and when a ,,er"
Pit-re o f wi kh | S
7 * n t* » ""¡I
not think o f aendin " ’n,‘
h o t P l a c e th . l r i
o f th e local men
,< ,A i
" r* w ith
fI.KA.SANT R ukje
I. u r'H «;ì|c™ u'."bl;r«. Mr. »öl
K r J ; „ " * r » A t “ . ' « ÿ . « '*
»n'l Mrs. A.
H nrader and
] trip Friday t(( rin'dren made
bridge over Grooked
Maud Smith i
visiting with l 1 " ho has IwetH
I'errv t... . n°r his I« p Mm
Monday for her
nK,,'th s , U-fi
r n,*ITle in Micro-